Help us build a community for current and future generations

 For more than 40 years the Rotary Club of Narre warren has been working in our local community
 Our members undertake worthwhile and sustainable community service projects locally, nationally and overseas
 Our funds and services are equally distributed and shared
 Our members enjoy meaningful engagement that allows them to explore opportunities to build friendships and relationships
 Our members are proud to be volunteers in the local community and enjoy the opportunity to “give back”
 We are energetic and fun-loving with a desire to continue to grow.
 We are an inclusive club with a multi-national representation (Middle East, Europe and Africa). Nearly 40% of our members are female.
 Our age ranges from mid 30s upwards.
 We are asking for you to join us to help build our Club for current and future generations.
 Find out how we can build a strong Rotary Club together to continue our work.

Enquiries: President, Dr Mamad Amin (0422101904) or Secretary, Keith Roberts (0417 817 452)
Email: narrewarrenrotary@gmail.com
Web: http://www.rotarynarrewarren.org.au/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rotarynarrewarren/
We meet Wednesdays at Narre Warren Bowls Club, 1 Magid Drive Narre Warren

President: Dr. Mohamad Hassan Amin

Dr. Mohamad Hassan Amin (known as “Mamad”) is the President of the Rotary Club of Narre Warren for the years 2017-18, beginning 19th July 2017. Mamad joined the Rotary Club of Strathmore in June 2009. He then transferred to the Rotary Club of Narre Warren in 2011. For the last few years, he has served the Rotary Club as the Foundation & International Chairman. Mamad has been the councillor for an exchange student from Italy. Also, he and his wife, Shahnaz, were hosts for an exchange student from the Netherlands.

He has selected Membership, Friendship and Fellowships as his theme for 2017-18.

He has published 80+ refereed papers in leading material science and chemistry journals, and three chemistry textbooks, and also hold 18 patents. Currently, he is employed as a Research Scientist with the Centre for Advanced Materials & Industrial Chemistry, within the School of Science at RMIT University.

Cylcone Debbie Assistance

In support of those Australians affected by the Recent Cyclone Debbie, The Rotary Club of Narre Warren have donated $500 to an appeal to help those affected. The assistance and money is being raised and managed by Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) to assist communities in Rotary Districts  9550 9570, 9600, 9630 and 9640 in QLD and NSW.

Book Record and DVD Fair

Come along to our first Book, Vinyl Record and DVD Fair on the 13th May at 1 Malcolm Crt Narre Warren. Stock up on second hand books for all your reading at second hand prices. Please spread the word sop that we can get more people there and if you would like to donate some books or vinyl records please let us know.

Ian Riseley incoming Global President – An Australian

   

Ian H.S. Riseley, of the Rotary Club of Sandringham, Victoria, Australia, is the incoming  President of Rotary International for the year 2017-18, beginning July 2017. Riseley says that meaningful partnerships with corporations and other organizations are crucial to Rotary’s future.

“We have the programs and personnel and others have available resources,” says Riseley. “Doing good in the world is everyone’s goal. We must learn from the experience of the polio eradication program to maximize our public awareness exposure for future partnerships.”

Riseley is a practicing accountant and principal of Ian Riseley and Co., which specializes in advising local and international businesses, and has a strong interest in international affairs. He received the AusAID Peacebuilder Award from the Australian government in 2002 in recognition of his work in Timor-Leste. He also received the Order of Australia medal in 2006 for service to the Australian community.

A member since 1978, Riseley has served Rotary as treasurer, director, trustee, RI Board Executive Committee member, task force member, committee member and chair, and district governor.

He is also a former member of the Australian Polio Eradication Private Sector Campaign and a recipient of The Rotary Foundation’s Service Award for a Polio-Free World. He and his wife, Juliet, are Multiple Paul Harris Fellows, Major Donors, and Bequest Society members.